Fast Rope GWACS-MACS & FEDSIM IAC

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Fast Rope

GWACS-MACS & FEDSIM IAC

August 2017

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USAF - Netcents II –App Services SB & App Services F&O

Scope

Provides application services such as sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational

support.Includes application services support to mission areas overseen by portfolio managers, Communities of Interest (COIs), project offices, and program offices.Compete task orders against one of two sets of AppSrvs contracts based on size and complexity. 

Small Business PrimesSegue Technologies Datum Software Inc. Diligent Consulting Inc.Diversified Technical Services, Inc.Excellus Solutions, LLCSI Systems Technologies

ProfileOfficial Gov Website: http://www.netcents.af.mil/Full and Open awards and Small Business awardsSmall Business - Awarded 21 June 2012; PoP to 2019SB has $1.8B+ Ceiling3 year(s) base plus 4 x 1 year(s) option(s)Overall IDIQ Buckets/Contract AreasApplication Services SB and F&ONetops SB and F&OProductEISM

Notables

AF

SBEAS $

13B

Follow-on

Contract to be released

soon – EOM Aug

Award NLT Jan 2018 – Expect ~40 Awards

Prime Only / JV / Mentor Protégé

<$27.5M

NAICS

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USAF - Netcents II –NetOps/Infra SB & NetOps/Infra F&O

Scope

Provides services and solutions for network operations, production, research and development, and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) mission capabilities.

Includes development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force (AF) infrastructureSmall Business PrimesAbacus

Technology CorporationAmerican Systems CorporationAtlantic CommTech CorporationBTAS, Inc.CDO Technologies, Inc.The Centech Group, Inc.EPS CorporationEpsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.Intelligent Decisions, Inc.Micro Technologies, LLCSmartronix, Inc. SMS Data Products Group, Inc.STG, Inc.

Sumaria Systems, Inc.Technica CorporationTelos CorporationProfileOfficial Gov Website: http://www.netcents.af.mil/Full and Open awards and Small Business awardsSmall Business - Awarded 2 April 2015; PoP to 2022Full & Open – Awarded 15 May 2015; PoP to 2022 SB has $5.6B Ceiling; F&O has 7.0B Ceiling3 year(s) base plus 4 x 1 year(s) option(s)

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ARMY –

IT Enterprise Solutions 3 Services (ITES-3S)

Major Task Areas

Cybersecurity ServicesInformation Technology ServicesEnterprise design, integration and consolidationNetwork/System Operation and MaintenanceTelecommunications/System Operation and MaintenanceBusiness

process reengineeringIT Supply Chain ManagementIT Education and TrainingCurrent ITES-2S PrimesNorthrup GrummanGeneral DynamicsLeidos/SAICLockheed MartinCACINCICSCIBM

ProfileSolicitation #: W52P1J15R00969 yr PoP: 5yr Base plus 4 1-yr options$12B CeilingPost RFP Release

Booz Allen Hamilton

Hewlett Packard

Harris

Dell

Pragmatics

STG

AECOM

BAE

Notables

Currently in Source Selection

Projected Award: 2017/2018

Projected to Award 24 Primes

14 SB & 10 LB Awards

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ARMY –

IM Communications Services III (

IMCS III)

Major Task AreasAdministrative Telephone Services (ATS)Information Technology Services (ITS) Video Teleconferencing (VTC) Technical Control Facility (TCF) Radio Systems which includes: Land Mobile Radio (LMR)

Profile

IT & ATS Support to Army CONUS Network Enterprise Centers (NEC) ~ 100 installations Small Business Set Aside MAC/IDIQAwarded 15 June 2015, PoP to Jun 2020$850M Ceiling

Notables

7 Installations RFPs Released

2 Awarded

3 in Source Selection

2 Post RFP Release

Small Business Primes

Glacier Technologies, LLC

Abacus

Technology

A& T SystemsCORDEV, Inc.Global Mgt SystemsSmartronix, Inc.Strategic ResourcesGSTekTrowbridge & Trowbridge

Leader Communications

GC&E Systems Group

Bowhead Professional Solutions

Telos

By Light Professional IT Services

COMINT

Systems Corp

SMS Data Groups

INDUS

D&S Consultants

Computer World Services Corp

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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) - DHS Eagle II

Scope

FC1

-Service Delivery including integration, SW Design / SW Development, Operation & MaintenanceFC2-Information Technology Program Support ServicesFC3-Independent Verification and ValidationNote: Subs can cross team on all 3 FCs. Primes can cross team as well as long as there are no COIs.

Primes in FC 1Fifteen (15) 8a Companies-OpTech, LLC is a Prime, Only company in Michigan, and 1 of 5 outside the NCR.Seven (7) SDVOSB CompaniesSeven (7) Hubzone CompaniesTwelve (12) All SB Companies Sixty Eight (68) Unrestricted Companies (Large)

Note: FC1, FC2 and FC 3 Primes can be viewed at www.dhs.gov/publication/eagle-ii-1Teaming Strategy: Suggest reviewing opportunities at APFS to determine your capability match then reach out accordingly to the Primes. Always helps if you already have experience in a subcomponent but DHS is open to new vendors. Opportunities: http://apfs.dhs.gov/forecast/ProfileOfficial Gov Website: www.dhs.gov/eagle-ii.com

Unrestricted, SB, 8a, SDVOSB, and

Hubzone

awards

Mandatory Vehicle

One 5 year base period, plus One 2 year option.

As of October 2015, 165 awards have been made totaling $1,915,702,690.00 (B + OYs).

Components:

DHS HQ, USCIS, TSA, USCBP, FEMA, USCG, ICE, USSS, FLETC.

Under this IDIQ, DHS components may issue orders on a Cost Reimbursement, T&M, LH, and FFP basis.

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General Services Administration (GSA) – Alliant and Alliant SB

Contract Details

Type: GWAC

Large Business (57 Primes):

Ceiling: $

50B, PoP May 2009 to April 2019 (TO until April 2024)Currently Awarded: $~25B of Ceiling Small Business (51 Primes):Ceiling: $15B, PoP Feb 2009 to Feb 2019 (TO until Feb 2024) Fee: .75% (LB & SB) TO can be FFP, T&M, CRGWAC Dashboard: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/103435 Allows for Exception to Fair Opportunity

Notables

GSA provides

gov’t

Assisted Acquisition Services & gov’t BD

lead to support primes WRT capturing

efforts

Direct Order and Direct Buy (

DODA

) Supported w/ DPA

Alliant 2 and Alliant 2 SB Solicitation release expected Award in Fall 2017Alliant 2 Interact Site: https://interact.gsa.gov/group/alliant-ii-alliant-small-business-ii-gwacs

Scope

The scope of GSA Alliant encompasses

all components

of an integrated IT solution,

including new

technologies that may emerge during

the life-cycle

of the contract.

GWAC

provides

IT solutions

through performance of a broad range

of services

that may include the integration of

various technologies critical to the services being acquired.“Everything and Anything IT”

Features

Scope aligned with Federal Enterprise Architecture (

FEA

) and Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture (

DODEA

)

Conforms to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) policy mandates for IT investments and evolves over time as emerging technology develops All contract types are supported

Ancillary support permitted when it is integral to and necessary to the IT effort Facilitates integrated IT solutions

Access to exceptionally qualified industry partners that enables innovative solutions at competitive prices from experienced providers

Aggressive SB subcontracting goals 50% of subcontracted dollars and provides subcontracting opportunities for small business

Pre-competed, easy-to-use contract with streamlined ordering procedures based on FAR 16.505

Complimentary scope-compatibility reviews to promote contract compliance and reduces risk of adverse

audits

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General Services Administration (GSA) OASIS

Primes

76 Unique LB primes across the 7 Pools

129 Unique SB primes across the 7 Pools

Contract Details

Type: GWACOverviewhttp://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/104731Who Is It On It?http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/206191SB has Task Areas as detailed on the rightSB has socio-economic categoriesSmall, 8(a), SDVOSB, HUBZone, WOSBOASIS has no program ceiling, a five-year base and one five-year option, and provides for long term planning for complex program requirements.All codes/exceptions in a pool share a common small business (SB) size standard. Agencies can solicit task order proposals from contractors holding awards in the pool with the NAICS code that matches the agency’s requirement.

Notables

Users:

Major Users to date include Air Force ($9B Commitment), Army ($500M Commitment), DHS, Others

Tiered

Access Fee

OASIS

offers an Innovative tiered access fee, ranging from 0.1 percent - 0.75 percent based on obligation level

.

Scope

The core disciplines of the contract include:

Program management services;

Management consulting services;

Logistics services;

Engineering services;

Scientific services; and

Financial services.

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National Institutes of Health (NIH) - CIO–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) (SB & LB)

Primes

54 LB primes

92 SB primes across 5 socio-economics

Contract Details

Type: GWACLarge Businesshttps://nitaac.nih.gov/nitaac/contracts/cio-sp3Small Businesshttps://nitaac.nih.gov/nitaac/faq/cio-sp3-small-businessSB has Task Areas as detailed on the rightSB has socio-economic categoriesSmall, 8(a), SDVOSB, HUBZone, WOSBPeriod: 10 years (through 2022)Ceiling: $20 billionFee: 1% (LB), .75% (SB) – Just adjusted for 2016TO can be FFP, T&M, CR

Notables

NITAAC provides Assisted Acquisition Services and gov’t BD lead to support primes WRT capturing efforts

Projected SB On Ramps under Source Selection

Scope

Task Area 1

- IT

Services for Biomedical Research,

Health

Sciences, and Healthcare

Task Area 2

- Chief

Information Officer (CIO) Support

Task Area 3

- Imaging

Task Area 4

- Outsourcing

Task Area 5

- IT

Operations and Maintenance

Task Area 6

- Integration

Services

Task Area 7

- Critical

Infrastructure Protection and Information AssuranceTask Area 8 - Digital Government

Task Area 9

- Enterprise

Resource Planning

Task Area 10

- Software Development

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GSA & FEDSIM Industry Advisory Committee (FIAC)

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11

GSA Regions -

AAS is comprised of 12 Client Support Centers:

FEDSIM

and 11 Regional offices.

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FEDSIM Leadership

Rob Coen was brought in for Strategy Director and Randy Michaels & Natalie

Melomed

both from NITAAC

DHA

falls under Ken Evans (DoD/AF Sector) Recently opened an Office in Texas – Former OASIS PMOStats: $9.43B Total Active Contract Awards, $2.02B Annual Contract Obligations, $181M Average Contract Value99% Protest Win Rate

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FEDSIM Value with Assistant Acquisition

Organization’s Origins are from Military Services

Follows a Disciplined/Proven End-to-End Process to Deliver on Tough

IT AcquisitionsBrings “centralized control” in acquisition process for both Bid/Proposal & Execution (Both CO & COR are FEDSIM Employees & TPOC is from Funding Agency)Leverages Streamlined Acquisitions 16.505 VehiclesHandles >$100M Opportunities – Express Model will handle smaller-type contracts Avoids Fixed Price & Labor Hour Type Contracts – applies Cost Type contractsDeveloping a FEDSIM Express Capability that would support non-Cost type contracts

Note: COR expected to be from Funding AgencyFEDSIM is good at handling IT requirements that:Are problematic acquisitions (even those caught in Protest Cycle)Require a high ceiling that will be incrementally fundedWill be funded by through multiple sources & differing colors of moneyStood up an Industry Advisory Council to address keep areas in Acquisition (next slide)13

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FEDSIM Industry Advisory Council (IAC) –

Four (4) Committees w/ various Subcommittees

Streamline Acquisition Committee

Express ModelProtest MitigationFEDSIM Best PracticesAcquisition Policies

Marketing & Business DevelopmentStakeholder AwarenessBrand Awareness Marketing & CommunicationsEvents & Outreach14

New MarketsIntelligence CommunityDefense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx)Health Markets (DoD, HHS, etc)Small BusinessSB as a PrimeSB as a SubcontractorBottom line: FEDSIM looks to leverage Industry’s broad business marketing capabilities to continue significant growth over the next several years. In addition, they are attempting to export the FEDSIM model to the 11 regions through ExpressFEDSIM Link: https://fedsim.gsa.gov/


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